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Andersen, H.C.: "Heartache", translated by Jean Hersholt, in The Complete Andersen , I-VI. New York 1949. Cf. AaJ 1286
Udgivet 1949
Sprog: engelsk
Kilde: H.C. Andersen-Centrets bibliografiske optegnelser
Se værkregistret   Bibliografi-ID: 10690
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Andersen 200 lat / Andersen 200 years.

Dymel-Trzebiatowska, Hanna & Ewa Mrozek-Sadowska (red.), Basnie Hansa Christiana Andersena w Europie – Europa w baµniach Hansa Christiana Andersena. Artykuly z konferencji zorganizowaney przez Katedrê Skandynawistyki Uniwersytetu Gdañskiego oraz Referat Funduszy Europejskich Urzêdu Meejskiego w Gdañsku, 20-21 maja 2005 / Hans Christian Andersen's Fairytales in Europe and Europe in Hans Christian Andersen's Fairytales. Articles from the Conference Organized by the Scandinavian Department at University of Gdañsk and the European Funds Department of the City Hall of Gdañsk, May 20-21, 2005. Nordicum, Gdañsk 2006. 170 s. (Omslagstitel: Andersen 200 lat / Andersen 200 years.) Indhold (titlerne anføres hér kun på engelsk): PEER E. SØRENSEN, "Linguistic Heartache. On Childishness and Adulthood in Hans Christian Andersen's Fairy Tales", pp. 13-28; PER KROGH HANSEN, "Told for Children (but to be Read by Adults!). On the Narration in Hans Christian Andersen's Fairy Tales", pp. 29-44; LARS-ÅKE SKALIN, "Secularization as a Threat to the Fairy Tale. Reflections on a Theme in Hans Christian Andersen's Works", pp. 45-60; ELISABETH OXFELDT, "Life and Death in 'The Little Mermaid'", pp. 61-80; JØRGEN VEISLAND, "Archetype, Narration and Transformation in Hans Christian Andersen's 'The Snow Queen' and 'The Shadow'", pp. 81-88; MONIKA POMIRSKA, "Crossing the Borders. The Experience of Initiation in H.C. Andersen's Fairy Tales 'The Snow Queen' and 'The Ice Maiden'", pp. 89-98; GERTRUDA SKOTNICKA, "The Reception of Hans Christian Andersen's Fairy Tales in Poland", pp. 99-115; HANNA DYMEL-TRZEBIATOWSKA, "Through the Prism of Translation. An Implicit Reader in Polish Translations of Hans Christian Andersen's Tales", pp. 116-29; EWA MROZEK-SADOWSKA, "'The Emperor's New Clothes'. Polish Illustrations of a Danish Fairy Tale", pp. 130-50; MALGORZATA BODUCH, "H.C. Andersen's Fairy Tales in the Theatre Miniatura in Gdańsk 1981-2002", pp. 151-65.)
Udgivet Juni 2005
Sprog: engelsk, polsk
Kilde: H.C. Andersen-Centrets bibliografiske optegnelser   Bibliografi-ID: 12302
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Hans Christian Andersen. Between Children’s Literature and Adult Literature. Papers from the Fourth International Hans Christian Andersen Conference 1 to 5 August 2005.

Mylius, Johan de, Aage Jørgensen & Viggo Hjørnager Pedersen (red.), Hans Christian Andersen. Between Children's Literature and Adult Literature. Papers from the Fourth International Hans Christian Andersen Conference 1 to 5 August 2005. Issued by The Hans Christian Andersen Center, University of Southern Denmark, Odense. 2007. 639 s.
(Indhold: [Plenary Lectures:] Carola Scanavino, "Caught Between Heaven and Hell. The Two Faces of Hans Christian Andersen", s. 13-22; Erik M. Christensen, "The Queen and I", s. 23-36; Hans Kuhn, "Andersen's Poems for and about Children", s. 37-51; Johan de Mylius, "Death and The Child", s. 52-70; Kirsten Malmkjær, "The Language that Stayed at Home. Hans Christian Andersen's Ways with Words", s. 71-87; Marianne Stecher-Hansen, "Romantic and Modern Metatexts. Commemorating Andersen and the Self-Referential Text", s. 88-100; Maria-Sabina Draga Alexandru, "'Out of a Swan's Egg'. Metamorphosis in Hans Christian Andersen's Tales and in 'The Fairy Tale of My Life'", s. 101-18; Andrey Korovin, "Chronotope of Hans Christian Andersen's Fairy Tales and Stories", s. 119-30; Martin Lotz, "The Shepherdess and the Chimney Sweep", s. 131-48. [Culture, Travels and Biography:] Hans Christian Andersen, "Hans Christian Andersen Tourist? An Investigation of Etymology, Social History and Ideology", s. 149-65; Annelies van Hees, "Hans Christian Andersen Was No Hypochondriac, He Was Ill", s. 166-73; Nina Hintz, "Hans Christian Andersen's View of the Orient and His Dealing with Otherness", s. 174-88; Lars Bo Jensen, "Children and Moods in Hans Christian Andersen's Travel Books", s. 189-98; Aage Jørgensen, "Hans Christian Andersen between Rootedness and Modernity, with Special Reference to His Fairy Tale 'The Dryad'", s. 199-215; Lone Funch Kofoed, "Shadow Pictures – Truth or Tale", s. 216-24. [Medias and Reception:] Zbigniew Baran, "Encyclopaedic 'Portraits' of Hans Christian Andersen in Contemporary Polish Encyclopaedias and Lexicons", s. 225-36; Silvestras Gaiziûnas, "The Motif of Mermaid in Baltic Literatures (Karlis Skalbe, Maironis, Leons Briedis, Aspazija, Kazys Puida, Violeta Palcinskaité)", s. 237-43; Elizaveta Isaeva, "Hans Christian Andersen and Evgeny Shwartz — Means of Reinterpretation", s. 244-49; Rossitsa Minovska-Devedzhieva, "Hans Christian Andersen in Puppet Theatre", s. 250-62; Elisabeth Oxfeldt, "Life and Death in 'The Little Mermaid'. Three Contemporary Adaptations of Hans Christian Andersen's Fairy Tale", s. 263-74; Jacqueline Reid-Walsh, "'Everything in the Picture Book Was Alive'. Hans Christian Andersen's Strategy of Textual Animation in His Fairy Tales and the Interactive Child Reader", s. 275-89. [Translation:] Arûnas Bliûdzius, "Translations of Hans Christian Andersen in Latvian and Lithuanian (1990-2005)", s. 290-96; Lise Bostrup, "Like Roses to a Cow? Hans Christian Andersen in English Translations", s. 297-325; Anca Dumitrescu, "Hans Christian Andersen and His First Romanian Translators", s. 326-31; Ivo Holmqvist, "'Prenez garde aux enfants!' Swedish Versions and Varieties of Hans Christian Andersen's Eventyr", s. 332-42; Silvana Orel-Kos, "The Identity and Integrity of the Slovene Andersen in the Post-WW2 Period. Translation as the Right of Passage", s. 343-59; Mare Müürsepp, "Hans Christian Andersen's Fairy Tales for Estonian Readers", s. 360-68; Yoichi Nagashima, "For Adults Only", s. 369-73; Viggo Hjørnager Pedersen, "'Out in The World, Thoughts Come'", s. 374-88; Boris Zharov, "Dynamism in Perception of Hans Christian Andersen in Saint Petersburg, one of the most Andersenous Cities of the World", s. 389-97; Anette Øster, "Hans Christian Andersen's Fairy Tales – Children's Literature?" s. 398-408. [Children's Aspects:] Mogens Davidsen, "Childishness as Poetic Strategy", s. 409-25; Asta Ivanauskaité-Gustaitiene, "Father's Fault Concerning His Daughter", s. 426-42; Inger Lise Jensen, "Dream and Reality. 'The Little Match Girl' Seen in a Socio-psychological Perspective", s. 443-59; Eric J. Jones, "Hans Christian Andersen's Flair to Communicate Basic Social Skills Naturally and Imperceptibly to National and International Readers", s. 460-65; Tom Lundskær-Nielsen, "Language for Children? An Examination of the Language and Intended Readership of the Fairy Tales", s. 466-77; James Massengale, "About Little Gerda, and Her 'Moratoria'", s. 478-504; Vincent Mhlakaza, "Hans Christian Andersen's Stories. The Southern Africa Perspective", s. 505-15; Ivy York Möller-Christensen, "Hans Christian Andersen – a Young Poet? Considerations about a Textbook", s. 516-21; Inger M. Olsen, "Strong Minded and Strong Willed Girls in Hans Christian Andersen's Fairy Tales Found in 'The Snow Queen' (1844); 'The Little Match Girl' (1845); 'Clod Hans' (1855) and 'The Swamp King's Daughter' (1858)", s. 522-27; Inge Lise Rasmussen, "'The Snow Queen' by Hans Christian Andersen. 'Weltanschauung' and the Imaginative Mind", s. 528-37; Torben Weinreich, "Hans Christian Andersen – Writing for Children?" s. 538-46. [Aesthetics, Text, Analysis and Ideas:] Ejnar Stig Askgaard, "'Look! Now we'll begin. When we have got to the end of the story we shall know more than we do now'", s. 547-69; Vera Gancheva, "The Toll of Andersen's Bell. From Neo-Platonism to New Age – Ways of Understanding and Interpreting the Great Writer's Spirituality", s. 570-84; Ib Johansen, "Trivializing Trauma(s). Carnivalesque-grotesque Elements in Hans Christian Andersen's 'The Happy Family' (1847, 1848), 'Heartache' (1852), and 'The Goblin and the Grocer' (1852)", s. 585-98; Paul A. Bauer & Lone Koldtoft, "The Bed of Procrustes. An Analysis of Hans Christian Andersen's 'The Fir Tree'", s. 599-609; Cynthia Mikkelsen, "Approaching Fear in Hans Christian Andersen's Fairy Tales Through Sigmund Freud, Julia Kristeva and Melanie Klein", s. 610-24; Leander Petzoldt, "The Soul of Things. Literary Forms and Popular Motifs in the Tales of Hans Christian Andersen", s. 625-31; Margarita Slavova, "'Now Then! We Will Begin …'. Communicative Strategies in Hans Christian Andersen's Fairy Tales", s. 632-39.)

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH)

Udgivet 2007
Sprog: engelsk
Genre: Afhandlinger, artikler, breve etc.
Kilde: H.C. Andersen-Centrets bibliografiske optegnelser
ISBN: 978 87 7674 256 0   Bibliografi-ID: 12336
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